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LA PALOMA BONITO BRAZIL THE DOVE OF BRAZIL - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2012
Pete Bax This song is the first world wide hit and as been for hundreds of years. It was originally an habenera but I have written it as a tropical rock style with a Bossa nova influence. Many attempts have been made to steal the melody but they have failed. This is the real deal great Latin art. Instrumental, Tropical, Calypso
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Tropical, Calypso  
545670 2:05 Med Fast 147   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: La Paloma Bonito Brazil the Dove of Brazil
Catalog ID: 545670  ISRC: US5UL1230373
Description: This song is the first world wide hit and as been for hundreds of years. It was originally an habenera but I have written it as a tropical rock style with a Bossa nova influence. Many attempts have been made to steal the melody but they have failed. This is the real deal great Latin art.

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Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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Keywords: Catalan Continental French Indo-European language Insular Italian Latin Portuguese Provençal Spanish Latin-american Brazilian Bossa Nova Mexican World wide

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Tropical Latin Music
       Calypso
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:05   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 147
   Arrangement: Synth Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Drum Kit, Marimba, Double Bass, Synthesized Vocals
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Adventurous, Beautiful, Brave, Bright, Confident, Elegant, Epic, Free, Fresh, Glorious, Graceful, Haunting, Inspiring, Longing, Loving, Melancholic, Mellow, Nostalgic, Rhythmic, Uplifting

Styles: Afro-American, Anthem, Chicano / Urban Latin, Film Instrumental, Latin Flavor, TV Instrumental, Wedding Ceremony, Wedding Engagement, World Harmony, Worldbeat

Regions: Brazil, Caribbean, Mexico, South America, Spain

Extended Keywords: "La Paloma" became quickly popular in Mexico. It was a favorite of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico, and at the same time the Mexican revolutionaries played and popularized it well. In the 1939 film Juarez, Emperor Maximilian (portrayed by Brian Aherne) requests that it be played during his execution.



New lyrics (not translations) are available in many languages. They typically involve generic images of white doves and true loves. They lack the specificity of the original Spanish, in which a Cuban sailor laments parting from his "Guachinanga chinita" (his adorable Mexican sweetheart), and asks her to cherish his spirit when it returns to her.

This is the real thing but it a new style.


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